Garden waste is a problem for lots of people, and garden waste clearance can be quite a big job. If you have a garden that’s cluttered with mess, builders’ waste or any other debris then simply follow these easy garden clearance tips!
1) Inspect your garden.
Before you begin your clearance you should take the time to have a thorough check around your garden to assess the work that needs to be done. Rubble, bricks, bracken and more can all contribute to the mess in your garden, and some clearing jobs will take longer than others. Make sure you know what it is that needs doing so that you can decide what materials or items you might need to buy.
2) Getting the right items for the job.
Now that you know what needs doing you can buy the necessary tools for the job. Gardening gloves that are thick and sturdy are a must, as these can help you avoid unnecessary injuries. It’s also a good idea to purchase a stiff broom for your patio, a hose or jet spray for cleaning and a wheelbarrow can make the job quick and simple. Refuse sacks can also be very helpful, and it’s a good idea to ensure that your green recycling bin is close to hand as well.
3) Clearing big items.
Once you have everything that you need you can begin the clearing process. Start by getting rid of the bigger items that are cluttering up your garden, such as rubble or bricks. Next move onto the bracken that can be disposed of in your green recycling bin, including branches, leaves and other natural clutter and mess.
4) Garden waste disposal.
If you’re unsure of what to do with the junk that you’ve cleared then you have a few options. Bricks and rubble should be disposed of in a skip, or collected in refuse sacks to take to your local tip. Before you do this try asking around your friends and family to see if anyone is in need of them – you might be surprised, especially if the bricks are in good condition, as these can be used to build barbeques and decorate gardens, whilst rubble can be an attractive and decorative feature for those with rock gardens or ponds. Any green materials can be disposed of in your green recycling bin, or you might also like to use them to create your own compost heap. Some garden debris can be burned, but be wary of what it is you’re burning and the effect that it might have on the environment.
5) Keeping your garden clear.
Keep your garden clear by disposing of rubbish and debris as it appears. Bad weather and other natural causes can lead your garden to become messy and unkempt, but with a little effort you can ensure that you have the clean and clear garden that you deserve!
6) Hiring professional help.
If junk disposal is worrying you, or if you have a job that you think is too big for you to handle then you can always hire house clearance professionals or garden clearance services. There are lots of companies local to you that specialise in waste removal and waste disposal, so it’s worth having a look around to find a clearance company or clearance services that are professional and within your price range.